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Where to download JavaSpaces?

 
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I found this article (http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/jini/javaspaces/index.html#downloading) and can't find to download JavaSpaces? Could someone explain me where to find JavaSpaces? I googled i cant find.
 
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Nobody couldn't help? Does anyone use javaspaces?
 
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You might want to read this and possibly also this
 
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Edit: OOPS. I see my link is the same as your link. Never mind.

I googled javaspaces download and the first link returned was http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/jini/javaspaces/#downloading. It has a section called Downloading the Software Packages. Here's a quote:
java.sun.com wrote:Last, download the JavaSpaces Technology Kit (JSTK), Version 1.0.1, from the Jini System Software 1.0 Product Offerings. Again, you'll need to click on the link "Register and accept the SCSL to access software downloads." The file you download is called jstk1_0_1.zip; it contains the Sun Microsystems implementation of the JavaSpaces technology, along with documentation and example code.

Here's another topic (10 years old) that suggests that the above mentioned site is the correct one: http://www.coderanch.com/t/265840/java/java/Lost-JavaSpace
 
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I should have looked a little further down in the google response. How about this one: http://sourceforge.net/projects/blitzjavaspaces/
 
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Andrew Monkhouse wrote:You might want to read this and possibly also this


Sorry for my impatience.

I have one question about this. Does JavaSpaces is now Apache project called River?

Edit: OOPS. I see my link is the same as your link. Never mind.

I googled javaspaces download and the first link returned was http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/jini/javaspaces/#downloading. It has a section called Downloading the Software Packages. Here's a quote:
java.sun.com wrote:
Last, download the JavaSpaces Technology Kit (JSTK), Version 1.0.1, from the Jini System Software 1.0 Product Offerings. Again, you'll need to click on the link "Register and accept the SCSL to access software downloads." The file you download is called jstk1_0_1.zip; it contains the Sun Microsystems implementation of the JavaSpaces technology, along with documentation and example code.

Here's another topic (10 years old) that suggests that the above mentioned site is the correct one: http://www.coderanch.com/t/265840/java/java/Lost-JavaSpace


I know this is correct one but when i click to link to download JavaSpace it brings me to oracle.com site.



I should have looked a little further down in the google response. How about this one: http://sourceforge.net/projects/blitzjavaspaces/

Why it is not called just JavaSpaces instead blitzjavaspaces?

 
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Why it is not called just JavaSpaces instead blitzjavaspaces?

Time marches on. Companies buy companies. Marketing departments change buzz words. Hair gets thinner. Tummies get wider.
 
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Tom Reilly wrote:
Why it is not called just JavaSpaces instead blitzjavaspaces?

Time marches on. Companies buy companies. Marketing departments change buzz words. Hair gets thinner. Tummies get wider.


Is that any change, in buzz words? I don't care about that if i could try examples from book..
 
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The commercial implementation GigaSpaces has a free community edition. You might find their documentation better. They are doing cool stuff with cloud implementations too.

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